Facebook's 'Court Jester' Trojan is No Joke
According to Sophos' latest alert, the Trojan horse Troj/Dloadr-BPL has propagated itself through innocent-looking messages on Facebook users' walls, urging people to click on a link to view a video. The link leads to a prompt to download an executable file, which downloads further malicious code upon being executed, detected as Troj/Agent-HJX.
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